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Old 01-23-2014, 01:42 AM   #1
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sye install in Portland area.

I have 4inch lift with 35inch on my 2004 wrangler. Time to get Tom Woods slip yoke eliminatior and drive shaft. I can buy the parts online from Tom Woods but who locally can help install it? Any good shops that will do it for reasonable price?

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If you put your lift on, you can do the SYE. With 4 in lift there is plenty of room to work. I did mine with the TC still on the jeep. It is actually a pretty simple job.

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